Dare to perform!

It is your right to demand all and more from your wing. Be it lightweight but durable, be it safe but performant. Look no further!
The Q-light 3 fulfils any demand of a high-achieving pilot. Pack it for your bivouac adventures, bring it up to your local hill and crunch XC kilometres; it will answer your needs in the air and on the ground.

Designed with entirely new kevlar lightweight risers, which are easy to sort out on the ground and provide an effective BC system in the air.

Skytex 27 Double Coated provides the best material option on the market for a lightweight wing, and in Q-light 3, this material is in the internal construction of the wing as well.

Making no compromises while planning the Q-light 3, we hope you will take none flying it.

TECHNICAL DATA AND SIZES

Size S MS ML L
Number of cells 73 73  73 73
Projected area (m2) 19.5 20.5 21.7 23.2
Flat area (m2) 23 24.3 25.6 27.4
Projected span (m) 9.4 9.7 9.9 10.3
Flat span (m) 12.0 12.3 12.7 13.1
Projected Aspect Ratio 4.5 4.5 4.5 4.5
Flat aspect ratio 6.2 6.2 6.2 6.2
Glider weight (kg) 3.7 4.0 4.2 4.6
In-flight weight range (kg) 70-85 80-95 90-105 100-119
Certification LTF/EN C C C C*

MATERIALS

CANOPY FABRIC CODE
Upper surface Porcher Skytex 27 Double Coated
Leading edge Porcher Skytex 38
Bottom surface Porcher Skytex 27 Double Coated
Profiles Porcher Skytex 27 Hard finish
Suspension and main lines PPSLS Liros, Edelrid A-8000-U
RISER FABRIC CODE
Fabric 7 mm Kevlar-reinforced Nylon webbing
Pulleys Harken P18mm ball bearing pulley
Maillons Maillon rapide
Brake attachment Magnet clip-in system

SCOPE OF DELIVERY

  • Glider Q-light 3
  • Backpack BOX in desired size (75,110,150)
  • Inner bag
  • Glider strap
  • Triple Seven T-shirt
  • Repair kit
  • Welcome card
  • Brumel hooks

Q-light 3 News and competition results

New Q-light 3

14. November, 2022

The Q-light 3 stands firmly in the area of the C class. It was certified without additional collapse lines, so you can expect it to behave like the C-class wings are bound to behave. Suppose you are a pilot that flew the high B extensively last year. Crunched some XC kilometres and rode the big

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